Podcast/Video Interviews by Stephen Ibaraki
A Chat with Dr. Gopal Dixit: Researcher; Associate professor in IIT Bombay; Visiting scientist at MBI Berlin and MPI-PKS Dresden Germany; about years of novel research including using pristine graphene at room temperatures to encode and process quantum information
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Dr. Gopal Dixit.
After receiving doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, Dr. Gopal Dixit joined Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL), Hamburg Germany as a scientist.
In 2013, he moved from Hamburg to Max-Born Institute (MBI) Berlin Germany. He spent around eight years as a guest scientist in different German institutions, before joining IIT Bombay, Mumbai in 2015. During his Ph. D., he received the DAAD fellowship to perform research at TUM Munich. He has received several prestigious fellowships, such as Marie-Curie, Ramanujan, Early Career Research Award, and DAAD Research Ambassador award.
Currently, he is an Associate Professor in IIT Bombay. He is also visiting scientist at MBI Berlin and MPI-PKS Dresden Germany. His research group at the Ultrafast Lab focuses on probing ultrafast processes in nature at the attosecond and femtosecond timescales. He is a referee of several scientific journals in the fields of optics and physics and has published 50 research articles in top-notch journals. His work has been featured in MIT Technology Review, NBC News.
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